The closing date for the TTA Awards 2019 is 31 December. TTA therefore urges companies and individuals in the industry to get their entries in. The tiling industry’s big night will take place on Friday 12 April at The Hilton Birmingham Metropole at the NEC.
The Awards night will have the theme of a Masquerade Ball, so get your masks ready and be prepared for what is bound to be a memorable visual spectacle!
There are excellent event sponsorship opportunities available. Companies interested in sponsoring the industry’s top Awards night and celebration are encouraged to get in touch with the TTA. This is an unbeatable opportunity to get your brand in front of key decision-makers from across the whole industry. There are already five Gold sponsors signed up for 2019 – Jackoboard, Norcros Adhesives, Trimline, UltraTileFix and Walls and Floors. If you’re ready to join them, TTA would love to hear from you.
The sponsorship packages available available this year can be tailored to meet sponsors’ individual needs. If you wish to sponsor an individual category or support the event as a Gold sponsor, you should contact TTA now – last year the Awards attracted more interest from sponsors than ever before, so there is no time to lose! The Gold sponsorship package is particularly attractive, with a wide raft of PR and branding exposure before, during and after the Awards event itself.
It is of course the quality of the entries that keeps this event right up there as the one that every company in the industry wants to enter. For many companies, entering the TTA Awards forms a key part of their annual marketing activities, while for individual fixers, a TTA Award is sure to be a valuable boost for their careers.
There are 17 Award categories this year, ranging from Tile Fixer of the Year to Excellence in Marketing and Best Heritage Project. For the first time almost all Award categories will have input from the public vote this year, as well as expert scrutiny by a high calibre judging panel. More details on how this will work will be released in due course, and it represents a further exciting opening up of the Awards process to industry and wider public involvement. The one exception is the Lifetime Achievement Award which, as usual, will be awarded by the TTA Board.